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  • Student Spotlight: Padanada Mewezinoh, Togo

    Padanada's fascination with St. Petersburg was sparked by a project he received from a client at work. As he delved into the intricacies of St. Petersburg, a dream took root within him – to one day call this city home. Fast-forward to today, when Padanada finds himself not only living in St. Petersburg, but also pursuing a Master's degree in software engineering at ITMO. In this interview, Padanada graciously shares insights into his homeland of Togo, his rich cultural heritage, and the experiences that have shaped his remarkable journey.


  • Student Spotlight: Hassan Ehsani, Afghanistan

    Meet Hassan Eshani from Afghanistan, who is currently immersed in his software engineering studies at ITMO. With a full scholarship from the Russian government, Hassan has valuable insights and advice for aspiring students planning to study abroad. Let's plunge into this enlightening conversation to gain a glimpse into Hassan's remarkable adventure in Russia.


  • Student Spotlight: Jobaer Been Rayhan, Bangladesh

    Jobaer's journey into the world of technology began at a young age, as he delved into coding at just 15 years old. Today, he is a successful digital entrepreneur who has his own e-commerce platform. Currently enrolled in the Foundation Program, Jobaer will go on to study software engineering at ITMO. In this interview, he generously shares insights into his life, his remarkable journey in technology, and his ambitious dreams for the future. 


  • ITMO Alumnus & YADRO Engineer On Developing Systems-on-Chips in Russia

    Six years ago, Viktor Ovchinnikov graduated from ITMO with a Master’s degree. Since then, he’s worked in various fields at companies like Arrival and Electrolux, where he developed an electric bus and security systems for the Internet of Things (IoT). Now, Viktor is a senior engineer in systems-on-chips programming at YADRO. In this interview, he shares tips for transferring from embedded development to other fields and sheds light on the industry of systems-on-chips. 


  • Student Spotlight: Afif Rahman, Bangladesh

    In this interview with Afif, an international student from Bangladesh, we delve into his captivating journey to St. Petersburg, where he has recently embarked on a new chapter in his life. He also shares his heartfelt insights about his hometown and unveils the reason that led him to choose ITMO as his academic destination. Read on to find out.


  • Student Spotlight: Pham Dang Trung Nghia, Vietnam

    Nghia’s journey is not just an academic pursuit, but also a rich exploration of cultures, climates, and aspirations. With a passion for software engineering, his story offers a compelling glimpse into the world of international education and the convergence of diverse interests. Beyond his academic pursuits, we discover Nghia’s devotion to fitness and his unwavering love for sports. Join us as we unravel it all.


  • Student Spotlight: Fan Tuan, Vietnam

    Meet Fan, a jolly young man from Hanoi who is elated to be a part of ITMO.FAMILY! Currently a first-year Bachelor’s student of software engineering, Fan wants to be the best in his domain. He came to Russia to immerse himself in a new culture and broaden his mindset. At ITMO, he found great mentors, amazing friends, and a unique perspective on life. Read on to learn all about his exciting new life in St. Petersburg.


  • Student Spotlight: Michael Okeh Itodo, Nigeria

    In the bustling city of St. Petersburg, Michael, a young and ambitious individual hailing from Nigeria, aspires to become a catalyst for change in his home country's technological landscape. In this interview, he shares his remarkable experiences while unveiling the transformative power of education and the immense potential he sees in merging his newfound expertise with his homeland's growth and progress.


  • New Master’s Program by ITMO and YADRO: Learn to Build Your Own Programming Languages

    ITMO University and the YADRO company have launched a new corporate Master’s program – Tools for Software Development and Analysis. There, students will learn to create multifunctional developer tools, including code analyzers, fuzzers, IDEs and their components, such as debuggers and profilers. What’s more, graduates will be competent enough to develop new programming languages and their compilers.


  • Student Spotlight: Hossain Jafari, Afghanistan

    We first interviewed Hossain a year ago, when he was a student of ITMO’s Foundation Program. He’s now a Bachelor’s student in system and applied software. How has his life changed in a year? Did ITMO meet his expectations? Learn this and more in this insightful interview.